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Bons Temps to Roll Into Pompano With French Quarter Bar & Grill

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The bons temps will roll into Pompano Beach come Monday, December 7, with the opening of The French Quarter Bar & Grill, a moderately priced N'awlins-style eatery from former Tarpon Bend general manager Gene Beach and local chef about town Michael Buterbaugh. 

The Quarter adds to Broward's meager stock of Cajun/Creole restaurants, dishing such Big Easy staples as jambalaya, crawfish etouffee, and gumbo, along with such all-American faves as crab cakes, burgers, and wings. It will be open daily for lunch and dinner, with prices ranging from $7 to $12 for apps and $10 to $25 for entrees. 

Look for live music on weekends and acoustic music on the covered outdoor patio, plus a 2 a.m. closing time to wring every last second out of those bons temps.

French Quarter Bar & Grill
2341 N. Federal Highway,

Pompano Beach 33064

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